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Stephanie Panlasigui

Associate Environmental Scientist
Resilient Landscapes Program

Stephanie Panlasigui joined SFEI’s Resilient Landscapes program as an Associate Environmental Scientist in 2019. Her work at SFEI mainly focuses on ecological resilience in the urban environment. Stephanie earned a Master of Environmental Management degree in Ecosystem Science and Conservation from Duke University. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Sciences from UC Berkeley. Prior to joining SFEI, she conducted ecosystem services research with the US Environmental Protection Agency, including studies on urban heat island mitigation, floodplain mapping and freshwater conservation prioritization. She has also worked for land trusts, working to protect more land with conservation easements and engaging the community through habitat restoration projects.

Related Projects, News, and Events

Preparing for the Storm (Project)

Catalyzed by the extensive damages caused by the Winter 2016-2017 storms and the opportunity to align flood response with major habitat improvement, Preparing for the Storm is an innovative public-private partnership to improve watershed health and resilience in the Alameda Creek watershed.

Ecology for Health (Project)

This project is integrating research from the largely separate fields of urban ecology and public health to create design guidance that advances both ecological and human health in cities.